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KZN teacher convicted of violating local government election law – SABC News

The Durban Umlazi Regional Court sentenced a teacher to three years in a correctional facility and four years in prison, suspended for three years.

Nomusa Gabuza pleaded guilty to violating the local election law.

At the time of the 2021 municipal elections, he was the constituency presidential officer.

Gabuza also taught in the school used for the polling station.

Natasha Ramkisson-Kara, a provincial spokeswoman for the National Prosecutor’s Office (NPA), said: “On election morning and before the polling station opened, he decided to cast additional votes in favor of his elected party. He said he cast 24 votes, 12 in the municipal and 12 in the parish election. These votes were in favor of the party he elected. ”

KZN teacher convicted of violating local government election law – SABC News

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